Jenny Cavnar, a groundbreaking sports reporter, is very Proud to Be a CSU Ram.
The clinic, held for the fifth year, brings in veterinarians and students from Colorado State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Fort Collins to help local owners who can’t afford high-cost pet care in an area with few local clinics.
CSU will honor College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences alumni Dr. Bill Lance, and Dr. Norm and Ann Jorgensen at the annual Distinguished Alumni Awards dinner, Oct. 11.
A unique planned gift from a former student-athlete helped push the State Your Purpose: The Campaign for Colorado State University past its $1 billion goal.
The CSU Alumni Association will honor the best of the best Oct. 11 at the annual Distinguished Alumni Awards dinner.
According to Rodney Page, DVM, a veterinarian and director of the Flint Animal Cancer Center, the sorts of cancers that dogs get — skin cancer, breast cancer, lymphoma — mimic the cancers that humans develop.
An associate professor at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, David Douphrate began researching the dairy industry in 2003 as a Ph.D student at Colorado State University. He said dairy workers are exposed to all kinds of injury from working with machinery, manure pits and, of course, cows.
Kristin Cowgill travels to Uganda, Haiti and Peru making a difference in people’s lives as an occupational therapist.